Archive for November, 2016

Interview: Yann Novak

The Los Angeles artist discusses the sound of ventilation, orphaned recordings and new album “Ornamentation”.

Review: Ben McElroy – Bird-Stone

Folk improvisation in the cosy serenity of major key. The contradictory relationship between nature and humankind.

Review: Camila De Laborde – Opuntia

DIY circuitry and volatile interconnections. The debut EP of Camila Fuchs’ solo project.

Event: Tony Conrad – Completely In The Present @ The Winchester in Bournemouth, 09/11/2016

ATTN:Magazine presents an evening celebrating the work of Tony Conrad: artist, filmmaker, minimalist musician, violin-aided manipulator of time and tonality.

Interview: Sarah Davachi

The Canadian composer discusses deliberate restraint, tonal instability and new album “Vergers”.

Review: René Aquarius – Blight

Hallucinations and colliding resonances, in an album generated exclusively from drums, cymbals and equalisation.

Interview: Robbie Judkins

The sound artist behind Left Hand Cuts Off The Right talks about animal sounds, his process for constructing live sets and two new records.

Review: Usva – S/T

Acoustic improvisatory trio. Shrill frequencies, bitter cold.

Review: Wild Anima – Blue Twenty-Two

A voice, an echo, a loop pedal. Intermingling harmonies and mantric plumes.